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BBC 2 - channel number 102
00:20The Review Show[SUB HD]
Martha Kearney and guests Sarah Churchwell, Sarfraz Manzoor and Paul Morley discuss Harry Hill's X Factor-themed musical I Can't Sing and the UK premiere of the Tony Award-winning show Urinetown. Richard Ayoade's film adaptation of Dostoyevsky's The Double, BBC One's First World War drama The Crimson Field and Richard King's book On Offence are also considered. Plus, a preview of the Designs of the Year exhibition at the Design Museum, and music from Ben Watt and Bernard Butler. Previously seen on BBC FourGeneral Arts/Culture
01:20Who's Paying Your Doctor? - Panorama[SUB SL REP]
An investigation into the tactics employed by some drug companies to try to influence the medicines prescribed by doctors. There are strict rules governing such spending in the UK, but as reporter Shelley Jofre finds, money is being given to medics to attend and speak at conferences. Should patients have the right to know who is paying their doctor?Documentary
01:50I Was There: The Great War Interviews[SUB SL REP]
In the early 1960s, the BBC spoke to almost 300 people about their experiences during the First World War for landmark series The Great War, but only a fraction of the interviews were broadcast. This programme airs a selection of the original material, most of which has never been screened before, with recollections of the horrors of artillery bombardment and fleeting outbreaks of peace on the battlefield, as well as the stories of those on the home front waiting for news of their loved ones. Narrated by Samuel WestHistory
02:50This is BBC Two[SUB]
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC TwoGeneral Show/Game Show
06:00Homes Under the Hammer[SUB REP]
Series 18. Episode 2/30
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a two-bedroom flat in Fulham, south-west London, a former railway cottage in the North East, and a terraced property near the Kent coast that needs some restoration. They then find out what they were sold for at auction, and speak to the buyers about their plansDIY
07:00Don't Get Done, Get Dom[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 8. Episode 14/20: Electricals
Consumer expert Dominic Littlewood helps two people having computer problems. Manish found out that he was not covered by his accidental damage insurance policy when his laptop fell off a table, and Christine's tablet has not worked since she purchased it and she has been told that it is her fault. Plus, a woman was shocked to receive a four-figure bill for gas she had not usedAdvertisement/Shopping
07:45Saints and Scroungers[SUB HD REP]
Series 5. Episode 4/20: Algohar/The Canaan Trust
Fraud investigators in Reigate, Surrey, look into the case of a man claiming to be a mystic who may have taken £75,000 worth of benefits, and discover the truth about his lifestyle. Plus, Matt Allwright meets a man whose life fell apart following the breakdown of his marriage, and spent weeks living in his car suffering from depression before a local homeless charity offered him a glimmer of hopeEconomics/Social Advisory
08:15The Travel Show[SUB HD]
Series 1. Episode 8/52
Carmen Roberts visits Tokyo to sample home-cooked washoku - a traditional Japanese cuisine that has recently been recognised by Unesco. Plus, Simon Calder offers advice to those whose passports have expired while abroad, and the team heads to Europe's biggest acoustic music festival, Zermatt Unplugged in SwitzerlandTourism/Travel
08:40The Road to El Dorado[SUB]
Two Spanish conmen set off for South America on a quest to discover the legendary City of Gold, but soon find themselves in the enviable position of being worshipped as gods by the natives - much to the displeasure of a local priest. Animated musical adventure, with the voices of Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Rosie Perez, Armand Assante and Edward James Olmos, and featuring a soundtrack by Elton JohnFilm/Animated Movie/Drama/Family/Comedy/Adventure
10:00Skyrunners[SUB HD]
Teenage brothers Tyler and Nick discover a crashed UFO and hide it, but exposure to the spacecraft causes Tyler to gain superpowers. When an argument drives the two boys apart, the terrified Tyler seeks out a government agent looking for the UFO, but ends up kidnapped by aliens. It falls to Nick to rescue his brother and avert an invasion. Sci-fi adventure, with Joey Pollari and Kelly BlatzFilm/Science Fiction/Family/Adventure
11:30Animal Park[SUB REP]
Series 8. Episode 7/10
The Longleat keepers work tirelessly trying to save the life of a newborn pygmy goat. Meanwhile, Kate Humble introduces three ferocious tigers to some bath toys and Ben Fogle forages for gorilla foodNature/Animals/Environment
12:00Bargain Hunt[SUB REP]
Series 32. Episode 3/32: Ardingly
In a special episode, Anita Manning and Catherine Southon have not one but two pairs of teams to guide on their quest to find bargains at Ardingly Antiques Fair in West Sussex. Tim Wonnacott finds time to explore Leeds Castle in Maidstone, KentGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
13:00King of Kings[SUB HD]
Biblical epic chronicling the life of Christ, from the rumours of a coming Messiah before his birth, through his rise as a spiritual leader to his eventual betrayal, crucifixion and resurrection. Narrated by Orson Welles and starring Jeffrey Hunter, Siobhan McKenna, Robert Ryan, Rip Torn, Hurd Hatfield and Harry GuardinoFilm/Serious/Classical/Religious/Historial/Epic
15:35Coast[SUB AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 9/13: John O'Groats to Berwick
The team travels along the east coast of Scotland, where Alice Roberts meets the last members of Dundee's whaling fleet, and Miranda Krestovnikoff watches bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point. Mark Horton tells the story of a mine detector developed by Polish troops during World War Two and Nicholas Crane assesses the role played by North Sea oil in the area's development over the past 35 yearsNature/Animals/Environment
16:35Becoming Jane[SUB AD HD]
A young Jane Austen's parents are intent on finding her a wealthy husband, but she remains determined to marry for love. Before long, a dashing but penniless lawyer catches the future novelist's eye, but any suggestion of romance meets with distinct disapproval from their families. Romantic period drama, with Anne Hathaway, James McAvoy, Julie Walters, Maggie Smith and Ian Richardson in his last film roleFilm/Historical/Period Drama/Romance
18:30Escape to the Continent[SUB AD HD]
Series 1. Episode 10/20: Spain (Almeria)
Anita Rani goes house-hunting with a buyer from Hertfordshire who is seeking a retreat for himself and paying guests in the southern Spanish province of Almeria. Along the way, Anita gives advice on the practicalities of moving to Spain, and takes to the water at a Roman bathsDIY
19:30Great British Menu[SUB HD]
Series 9. Episode 10/45: North West Judging
The two remaining North West chefs prepare their entire menus for Prue Leith, Matthew Fort, Oliver Peyton and guest judge George Batts, who is a veteran of the Normandy landings. Only one contender can make it through to represent their region in the national finals and get the chance to cook at a banquet held in St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 70th anniversary of D-DayCooking
20:00Mastermind[SUB HD]
Series 11. Episode 30/31
John Humphrys hosts the last semi-final as five contenders compete for the single remaining place in the Grand Final. The specialist subjects are chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer, the life and times of Renaissance politician Cesare Borgia, the Philip Marlowe novels of Raymond Chandler, aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart and British political history 1964-1997. They then each have a chance to demonstrate their general knowledge in the second roundGame Show/Quiz
20:30Gardeners' World[SUB HD]
Monty Don has suggestions for climbing plants that thrive in shady spots and gets on with his vegetable garden, while Carol Klein gives the programme's first-time gardeners Dan and Dominique advice on what to look for at a garden centre as they hunt for trees and shrubs for their new borders. Joe Swift visits a quarry garden in Staffordshire that is hoping to be ready to open to the public on Easter Sunday, despite being hit by the severe winter stormsGardening
21:00Natural World: Honey Badgers - Masters of Mayhem[SUB HD]
Series 33. Episode 2/10
Although barely a foot tall, the honey badger has a reputation as one of the most fearless animals in the world, attacking just about anything from venomous snakes to adult lions. This documentary follows a scientist, a beekeeper and a conservationist in South Africa as they set out to discover if the creature is really as fearsome as it is made out to beNature/Animals/Environment
22:00The Trip to Italy[SUB AD HD]
Series 2. Episode 3/6: La Suvera, Pievescola
Steve and Rob visit Viareggio in Tuscany, where the poet Shelley's body was washed ashore after he drowned, and have lunch at Trattoria Albana in Mazzolla. Later, Rob gets a phone call from his agent about a potential part in a film. Comedy, starring Steve Coogan and Rob BrydonSitcom
Series 11. Episode 6/18: Killers
South African comedian Trevor Noah makes his debut on the comedy quiz, joining fellow stand-up Jason Manford, broadcaster Sandi Toksvig and regular panellist Alan Davies. Host Stephen Fry asks a range of fiendish questions on the topic of killers, with points being awarded for interesting answers as well as correct onesComedy/Game Show/Quiz
23:00Later - with Jools Holland[SUB HD]
Series 44. Episode 1/7
New series. An extended edition of Tuesday night's show, when the programme kicked off its 44th run with Elbow performing numbers from their recent chart-topping album The Take Off and Landing of Everything, including recent single New York Morning. Neneh Cherry showcases her solo album Blank Project and plays her classic 1988 hit Buffalo Stance, veteran crooner Engelbert Humperdinck joins Jools for a chat and a song at the piano, and Cambridge electronic group Clean Bandit are joined by vocalist Jess Glynne to perform their number one hit Rather Be. There are also appearances by Leeds alt-rock band Eagulls and Danish singer-songwriter and pianist Agnes ObelGeneral Music/Ballet/Dance